English to Latin Meaning of bad - malus

Bad :

malam fortunam horret, infortunii, Victus, malus, defectum,, minus, cladem, et abortivum, exitium, wreccum, ruina, consummatio, excissa, perditionem, caenum platearum, Ominis, turpi, cur ea, efficaces, levitatemque, periculum, periculum deducat:, malum, morbus, morbum, ira, dolor, caecos instare tumultus, angustia, vastum, dolorem, miseriae, post miseriam, rutam,

malus, malum, impius, male, segnes efficiamini, pauper, duri, morosae, alium, nocivis, noxium, iniuriosus;, cogitationem pessimam:, amissis, deum placamentis decedebat, minaces, obscenis ominosum, et fornicatoribus, nequam, Humiliatusque, cohors inanis aptis, INOPS, pertransiri non possint, meridionali, importunum, peccatum commiserunt, perperam, imperfectus, falsa, ad sectanda, corrumpere, difficilis, durum, solidum, tenax,, pertinax, auxerunt, perniciosa, paulo, brevis, humilis, mehercules ieiuna, paulum, inconcinnus, deformem, bestialiter, medium, uos manifesti mendacii, injuriosum retines, Francorum, infamem hactenus, basis, pessima, miserum, supervacuas fingit, composuerunt, sollicitus, Kittle, incuratus, £ fectus morbosi, foedus, finalem, inhabile imperitis est, LAEVUS, phaulius, asperitas agrestis, aut iniucundum, ingrata

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Definitions of bad in English
Noun(1) that which is below standard or expectations as of ethics or decency
Adjective(1) having undesirable or negative qualities(2) very intense, or bad(3) feeling physical discomfort or pain (`tough' is occasionally used colloquially for `bad'(4) (of foodstuffs(5) feeling or expressing regret or sorrow or a sense of loss over something done or undone(6) not capable of being collected, or uncollectible(7) below average in quality or performance(8) nonstandard(9) not financially safe or secure(10) physically unsound or diseased(11) capable of harming(12) characterized by wickedness or immorality(13) reproduced fraudulently(14) not working properly
Adverb(1) with great intensity (`bad' is a nonstandard variant for `badly'(2) very much; strongly
Examples of bad in English
(1) A bad reputation can only help demoralise employees and no greater flexibility of hours worked will overcome this.(2) I don't want to do anything today and if the weather's bad , I'll say what an awful day.(3) You can't get much sleep; and the kids are throwing up because the food is bad .(4) The water was a bit soapy and although she never got pregnant, she had some really bad aches and pains for weeks after that.(5) The death penalty for very bad people may plausibly be described as the latter category.(6) This doesn't mean that what we see will be bad or evil or any of those things that we may have been taught.(7) The general level of ignorance on what is good or bad behaviour is compounded by the idealisation of childhood.(8) the meat has gone bad(9) The air was still pretty bad , but the tunnel was larger and much less foreboding.(10) it was a bad idea(11) All share some of the ailments of old age, including poor memories, fading eyesight and bad hearing.(12) I felt so bad , so ashamed of the person I am today, so worthless, so empty, so useless.(13) No matter how bad I threw the ball, it was still going to knock down at least one pin.(14) He suffered money problems and was arrested for passing a bad cheque and other financial charges.(15) She knew she was bad der than these wannabe hoodlums.(16) Pain is your body's way of telling you to stop, and ignoring it will not only make you feel bad but probably injure you into the bargain.
Related Phrases of bad
(1) not bad ::
non malus
(2) bad boy ::
puer malus
(3) too bad ::
nimis mali
(4) bad girl ::
puella mala
(5) bad luck ::
malam fortunam horret
(6) bad trip ::
iter malum
(7) very bad ::
valde malus
(8) so bad ::
ita mali sunt
(9) go bad ::
ad malum
(10) bad guy ::
malus vir
1. substandard ::
2. harmful ::
3. wicked ::
4. badly behaved ::
male deuiem
5. unpleasant ::
aut iniucundum
6. inauspicious ::
obscenis ominosum
7. severe ::
8. rotten ::
conputruerunt iumenta
10. guilty ::
11. invalid ::
12. offensive ::
13. big ::
14. defective ::
peccatum commiserunt
15. forged ::
16. sorry ::
18. tough ::
19. unsound ::
minus sanam
20. speculative ::
21. badly ::
1. adequate ::
2. decent ::
3. fine ::
4. passable ::
5. respectable ::
6. satisfactory ::
7. standard ::
8. tolerable ::
Different Forms
bad, baden, badly, badness
Word Example from TV Shows
Now I fear Odin will make
a bad judgment of me.

Now I fear Odin will make a BAD judgment of me.

Vikings Season 1, Episode 3

Is that bad poetry
or is it supposed to mean something?

Is that BAD poetry or is it supposed to mean something?

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 10

Lord Tyrion, you see?
Not as bad as all that.

Lord Tyrion, you see? Not as BAD as all that.

Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 2

But it's not all of 'em's done bad things.

But it's not all of 'em's done BAD things.

Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 3

Raj, I didn't say feminine was a bad thing.

Raj, I didn't say feminine was a BAD thing.

The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 21

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